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may hn h exeuaed for dwelling upon him himparticularly himparticularly himparticularly
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1 New 1 w ° Patty PattyCurolynWellaaPattyhaa Patt Rook DoohlJrolyn Rookrarolyn
CurolynWellaaPattyhaa lJrolyn WIII WellPatty Patty h88 ha been f pending pendingwinter pendinga
a winter In Paris aeeiug lug the famous alghta olghtabuying alghtabuying mahlehuyiDg
buying souvenirs iu the faacinating shops shopsand IIboplnd chopsand
and nd meeting with the pleanaut adventuresthui adventures
thui a kindly disposed author always pro jiroKles IroidIt proufen
Kles for a young girl heroine to enjoy and andthe an anthe andthe
the other young girl to read about with withnvy withenvy Itb Itbnvy
nvy The record of it all published In a autw 0lJew anew
new book called Patty in Paris Dodd DoddMead DoddIead DoddHead
Mead A Co is I wholesome and enter entertaining enterraining ntarfainlng ¬
raining and presents an unspoiled and andattractive andttracthlI andattractive
attractive young American girl under und r very verydelightful veryIIIIght1ul verydelightful
delightful conditions One of the moat moatdistinctive mo mootdiotinclive t tIJietinctive
distinctive feature r atullft ew in this latest Patty Pattybook Pattyt Pattybook
book t > Ok IA 11 tho introduction of the new type typenf typenhtepmolherwho typentetepmotherwho
nf nhtepmolherwho stepmother who iu I no nnlonKer longer the terrible terriblengre terriblen terribleogre
ogre n re of the old tim juvenile fiction from fromfairy rromralry fromfairy
fairy tales Jo Sunday school books but a aToing aYOlDg aynmg
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sympathy with Ith her nevonteenyearold nevonteenyearoldMepdaughter seventeenyear evonlfenyearoldalepdaughter nld nldstepdaughter
stepdaughter She even Joins with Patty Pattyin
in I pnrnuadtng papa to do things Patty Pattyaay Pattyay
way ay and to give 16 her the year in Paria in intead inpad intead
tead nf the year at a finishing school schoolwhich 5choohleh schoolwhich
which Patty sayn she hellure is I sure would finish finishher tlnlehhrr finlehher
her
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1J j Wheeler was certainly a great rascal rascalIn
In William W Canllelds story of The TheSpotter Thepottlr Thespotter
Spotter pottlr a Romance of the Oil RegionR Region I
m R F Fenno A Co He is described de crlbed as asn a alIJikl aa
n catlike soft rt npoken man mil II about 45 5 nar narrow na narow narrow ¬
row cheated with shoulders that sloped slopeds
1111 s sharply as the roof of a Queen Anne Annefoliage Annecottage nUl nUlOII1jte
foliage < Tin waa catlike but we were wereuirpriaed wlroIrprilled weresurprised
surprised that ha should have taken ktn In InCameron inCameron inCameron
Cameron who should have had a hard hardbead hartJbMd hardhead
bead since he was as a Scotchman When WhenvVh WhenWhllltr WhenWheeler
vVh Whllltr r ran away to Europe Europowlth with W hie stolen stolonTcakli stolcn0111h stolenaadtlt
Tcakli it pleased us U to learn that the de defrauded derrauded defrauded ¬
frauded and impoverished Cameron was wason as ason I IOD
on his trail We were thoroughly glad gladthen Illldhpn gladvhen
then hpn Cameron overtook Wheeler In Paris ParisAnd Parisad Padsand
And ad recognizing rEt nhing him through hit careful carefulU careflllIbguip carefullieguiee
< U Ibguip guif > e wild to him in the back room of ofn ofan
an n obscuro wino shop If you refuse refll to torestore 10etllorft torestore
restore to mo that which is mlno and to tozivn toInl togive
give into Inl my hands in trust that which I Ihao Ihac Ihave
have demanded for others I will shake shakeyou shakeyou hakeYOIl
you by the throat aa II I would a cur that thatnight thatmight thatmight
might attack me I will drag you through throughbat
bat door through the ball and the wine wineroom wIneroom wineroom
room beyond bt > yonrt Into the street IItrcetand and there thereif
if r you be yet alive I will give you OU and my myelf myell myelf
elf into the hands of the police believing believingthat
that even in tho court of Franco ranco the right rightfill rightf111 rightwill
fill prevail prevailFor
For a man with sloping shoulders we wemu weInu wemust
mu must t nay that Wheeler was astonishingly astonishinglyKontldcnt IUStonlliblnKlyIvmt1dnt aatoniahinglytnntident
Kontldcnt and cool To be mire IIU he had hadIair hadpiliI a afair
fair of thugs concealed close co e at hand handNevertheless handerhelfM handNevertheless
Nevertheless it surprised an well welll1 as thrilled thrilledUB
UB when he dashed the contents of his hismo hi hiwino hiswinu
wino mo glass in Camerons face Of course courseCameron OOU1l6Cameron courseCameron
Cameron was upon him in a moment It Itaa Itoae
4 oae aa 11 inevitable that Wheeler should nearly nearlyhave nearlyhav nearlyhave
have expired In tho clutch of his adversary adversarytrtfore advensaryfJfre adversarytnfore
trtfore the thugs Ihll 1 knocked Cameron sense senseuas ennoieon n
ieon 0 > l1li with sand clubs Wo hato disloyalty disloyaltyand
and Dol it cnn rover wholly pleaao us to son ncnblackmailers IlOOhlackmallors sonblackmallors
blackmailers making money but we were werenot werenot 10 10not
not without BOrne feeling of gratification gratificationwo
as wo followed Jules and Henri lJ nrl tho two twobus toblJI twohugs
bus In their t lr subsequent faithless pro prorvedingx proeJingO prowevedingw
rvedingx Did they bind Cameron and andthrow IIndIhrow andthrow
throw him into the th Seine 1111 according to toheir tohelr totheir
heir clear stipulation with Wheeler Did Didthey DidLhty Didthey
they take a meagre 700 francs for their theiritward theirward theirreward
ward and leave Wheeler forever after af r In InPMC InfJIIC inpeace
peace an they had agreed Far from fromit
it They kept Cameron alive and blod the theul thevii thevil
ul Wheeler Cter heroically They Impover Impoverishxd Impoverl impoveruhaI
ishxd l h1 him so 11 that he waa obliged to return returni returnmrlca
i Amorica and become a spotter for tho thooil thoUlnJIlt thetll
oil UlnJIlt UlnJIltgaln trust trustAgain trustagain
Again wo must say that Wheeler waa waaungularly waa1inRII wasinguLirly
1inRII ungularly Lrly adventurous and intrepid for forman fort
01 > man with sloping shoulders ah ultJer For someIna some somemm IOmelOll
mm ho pursued an exceedingly bold and andlurigorous andlanerolls anddangerous
dangerous career Finally one of his hiscictims hraciClim hisctctima
cictims blow blo him to plows with dynamite dynamltoho
1h I ho reader r will wonder bow Delay Tubbs Tubbsho TubbsRho
Rho ho wan young and pretty could evernave ever everlave eTer14Ve
lave married Wheeler Curse that tongue tonguet tonlUevounl
rat > t yours vounl What hellish helli h idea haa ha Bet et It ItWplng ItbArrlng Itharping
harping again about sottling with those thoseI tho
I have wronged Now look here Betsy Betsyhaking BetsyhnklDg Betsyahakiag
haking his hi forefinger In her face you youmay youI1II1Y youmay
may stay with me and enjoy BUM portion portionof
of f the cosh an I bOOM to spend upon you youi youyou
rar i you may go out into the street where wherether whereliter wherethere
liter Is always a1w room for women who have haveifither haveneither
neither lJ ithlJ lore nor sympathy for their hue huetP I
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in very v ry > 1 unpleasant ihs ptutrn 111111 rs They Thl nr nrn In Inti intiabited
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Miriam lIrllLm Co Cole leu llarrU who has wrlllrn a antory IIlltory astory
story of their misdoing lives Ji In Paris Parisand Iarisand I Ianti
and has evidently gathered her hlln ivnn oftmericansociety of ofA I
tmericansociety mriran d ly from qhtllln q atlorlnblraourora atlorlnblraouroraA bll oourtc oourtcy
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Blfiidr American n girl fresh from a French Frenchconvent trlnchvonvlnt Frenchconvent
convent In Introduivil Into a social circle circlemade circlnnmd elrelntch
made up III of the vulgar rich the lI d4daeott d4daeottthe Mrlait Mrlaitthe cl8II I
the livorcv o the frivolous and the arabi arabilloun amblII0uII ambiIlous
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is the th tree untrained maid oC the wood woodwhom woodhom woodswhom
whom we have encountered encounte before and andhave RDlthaTe andhave
have regarded d with Ith curiosity an she in isbrought inbrought litbrolJllht
brought suddenly IIlJdrtltllyinto into contact with fanhion fanhionable faahionable i iable
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